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The prety maiden Btudied French With progress excellent. And when the language she acquired She strnight to Pans went. A lot of pleasnre for herself The pretty maid had planned, But when she to the natives talked, They oonld not understand. And when she knew the caase, the tears Uetween her lushes welled, The self-taught maid pronounced the rench, Exactly as 'tis spelled. Mr. C. G. Strong, prinoipal of the nub lie schools at Anderson, Cal., says: "I have used Cbamberlaiu's Pain Balm and have found it an excellent remedy for lameness and slight wounds." Lameness usually results from sprain, or other injury, or from rhenmntism, for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is es pecially intended and unequalled. It af fords almost immediate relief and in a short time effeots a permanent cure. For sale by A. C. Ireland, jr. To Writhe 1 pon a Bed of Agony Is what the people troubled with rheum atia symptons can fairly expeot, if they take no efficient means to check the rapidly growing malBdy which, it should never be forgotten, has a tendency to at tack the heart and terminate life. The testimony, publio and professional, is overwhelmingly - and concurrent that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is both a sovereign preventive and curative of rheumatism. It completely expurgates from the blood the acrid principle which, attacking the tissues surrounding the joints and muscles, cause suoh exquisite pain. The Bitters promotes the action of the kidneys, bladder, and bowels, and reme dies malaria, nervousness and debility. It also induces appetite and sound re pose, hastens convalescence after ex hausting maladies, and mitigates the in firmities of age. Take it daily at regular intervals, and confidently expect the beet results. WOMAN'S WORLD. THE ONLY TWO CHINESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN AMERICA. Juvenile Literature India's Intelligent Women Miss Julia Grant Naming a Glil Baby They Don't Look Dowdy. University Degrees For Women. The whole medical department was shocked last week when it was an nounced that the two who stood highest in the junior examinations at the Uni versity or Michigan were Meiyii Shie (Mary Stone) and Ida Kahn, the two Chinese girls .from Kiukiang, China. They are probably the only two coeds At midnight in his guarded tent The Turk was dreaming of the hour When Greece her knee in Bupphance bent Would tremble at his power. And in his dreams the foeman fell Before his blade's fell stroke. Ana everything nad oome his way And then the baby woke. une nignt when Mr. Isaac tleese was stopping with me, says M. F. Hatch, prominent merchant of Quartermaster, Washington, I heard him groaning. On going to his room I found him suffering from cramp colic. : He was in such agony I feared he would die. ' I hastily gave him a dose of Chamberlain's Colio, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy. He was soon relieved and the first words he ut terod were, "what was the stuff you gave me?" I informed him. A few dayB ago we were talking about his attack and he said he was never without that remedy now. I have used it in my family for several years. I know its worth and do not hesitate to recommend it to my friends and customers. For sale by A. C. j Ireland, jr. Cammann la thnt a blooded horse you've just bought? Qninn Oh, yes; I've forgotten who sired him, but I know he's dammed by everybody about the stable. Amateur Artist I should liketo present the last picture 1 painted to some chart' table institution. Mow, which' would yon recommend r Cruel Lady Friend The blind asylum, The World's Fair Tests Showed no baking powder so pure or so great in Jeav enlng power as the RoyaL MEIYII SHIE AND IDA KAHN. of their race in America and are noted in Ann Arbor for their ability and brightness. They came to America three years ago at the solicitation of Miss Howe, a missionary from Ann Arbor, and hardly knew a word of English. Each is 21 years old, and they graduate next year as M. D. 's. Their plan is to return to China and spread the Christian gospel among their countrywomen as medical missionaries. Ann Arbor Let ter. forced or feels in duty bound to sub scribo liberally to patriotio causes, hav ing uppeals of the sort addressed to him constantly. His daughter has made a decided hit in metropolitan society, but sho is cer tainly not engaged. The young lady is a member of a well known art class and is often seen sketching in the park. New York Correspondent. Naming a Girl Baby. The most popular name to bestow on a baby girl at this time is Dorothy evi dently, for out of 178 girls' names in the catalogues of the babies whose por traits were shown at a recent baby dis play 14 bore Dorothy. Next in favor was Marjorie, spelled even Marjourie. Ruth, which is generally supposed to be the favorite, owing to its connection with the White House, wasn't in the race for popularity, as only three infants were so named in the returns. Helen or Helene came next in favor, Kate or Katherine holding its own, and Mary and Marie were well ahead along with Gladys and Elizabeth. Such names as Beatrice, Josephine, Anita, Eleanor, Jessica, Alice, Madeline, Florence and Rachel were twice represented, but aside from that the widest variety figured. It is evident that much greater inde pendence is shown now than formerly in christening the feminine portion of the population. When two or more children in a family were represented in the cata logue it looked as if there had been an attempt to select names in harmony. In one family there were Mauriol, Dorothy, Marion and Marjorie, a happy combina tion. The most distinctive trio possibly were Honor, Gillian and Rufus Barr. If that family doesn't turn out well then there is nothing in the effect of a namo. Drenna was one of tho oddest names ; Serano another. There were two Bettys, one dear Peggy, a Mollie, three Virginias, one Lorna Doone and a Yo laude. New York Commercial. gins become the brides of the church are numerous in the Roman Catholic church and are not unknown among the Episco palians, but the order of St. Monica is an order of widows. It is an Episcopal organization, and its hoad is Sister Car oline, tho widow of the Rev. Ferdinand Ewer of New York. It was formed in 1884, but its members were somewhat scattered and engaged in different pur suits until recently, when they have been invited to reunite at Springfield, Ills. , and to take oharge of an orphan age there. Philadelphia Press. Blande Andrews Ohl. Mrs. Mande Andrews Ohl, chairman of the Atlanta press committee for the Cotton States exposition, is the most prominent woman writer in southern journalism. She is a member of the edi torial staff of the Atlanta Constitution, having charge of tho woman's depart ment. She contributes a great variety of matter, and is a woman of remarkable ability and versatility. In addition to her regular mrk she finds time to writo a good deal of poetry which finds its way into the high class magazines, being of a very high order of merit. Indoed it is in this branch of literature that she will find her greatest fame. Mrs. Ohl uses her maiden name, Maude Andrews, in all her work. She is a member of one of the famous families of Georgia. spirits take flight. me nein ottered Father Bobby, did you eat that little ! pie your mother made for you yesterday? Bobby Wo, sir; 1 gaveit to my teacher, Father Did she eat it? Bobby lexpectso; there wasn't any school to-day. Blobbs What was the charge against Wigwag? Slobbs- I don't know, but I'll bet it wasn't a marker to what his lawyer charged him. "It is the best patent medicine in the world" is what Mr. E. M. Hartman, of Marquam, Oregon, says of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. "What leads me to make this assertion is from the fact that dysentery in its worst form was prevalent here last summer and it never took but twoorthreedosesof that remedy to effect a complete cure." For sale by A. C. Ireland, jr. Horrors! exclaimed the beautiful bo oiety woman. Do you mean to try to sell me that picture as an srtistio presen tation of a group of horses? The great artist paused a moment be wildered. Then a light broke iu upon him, and with s few rapid strokes he painted out all the long, graceful tails on the horses and Bnbstituded for each a docked tuft that stuck out straight, like a pump handle. Ahl said the society woman, clapping her hands with pleasure, now that is a picture worth having. RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, LAME BACK, . DEBILITY, Etc. Juvenile Literature. A mother, recently investigating the cause of her 18-year-old son's poor re ports from sohool, discovered that he was reading himself stupid. She had rather prided herself on his evident fondness for books, and as all he read were from good libraries and publishers she confidently thought there could not be too many of thorn. Yet children may read too much, just as they may eat too much. This particular mother found that her son was taking books to bed with him, reading them late at night and waking at dawn to pore over them ; that his desk at school was full of them ; that, in fact, he was suffering from mental dyspepsia, the result of overfeed ing with story books. It will take pa tient supervision and long continued care and effort to restore the boy's mind to its normal condition. All this, as has been said, with what are called today "good" story books. A publisher's ideas of good do not, how ever, always coincide with those of the child lover and child student. While ju venile fiction is very attractive and is quite different from dime novel sensa tionalism, it has nevertheless a strong element of exoitement. .This fact is quickly discovered in attempting to write for any of the leading editors of children's reading. "Strong incident and spicy adventure," is their cry, and pictures of situations thrilling enough almost to satisfy the readers of a "pen ny dreadful" are not wanting between the covers of high ranking juvenile lit erature. New York Times. They Don't Look Dowdy. The newspaper woman perhaps has had more than her share of unjust criti cism in regard to her personal appear ance. She has been represented usually as being somewhat like Peggotty in re gard to buttons as well as heedless as to boots and careless in regard to gloves, with hieroglyphics on her cuffs. There is no profession which offers so many diihculties in the way of keeping spick and span, for there is constant danger of entangling boot heels in unloosened dress bindings and facings on account of the haste which forbids the taking of "the stitoh in time," but it is to the crodit of women who are obliged to work from 10 to 15 hours a day that the majority of them pass among their sis tors of loisure at receptions and teas without being conspicuous for careless attire. , A small coterie of newspaper women have solved the problem of preserving a neat and well dressed appparanoe at small expenditure by omploying a gen tlewoman in reduced circumstances to take charge of thoir wardrobes. The woman in question is an excellent seam stress and of refined tastes. She goes to their rooms, looks over every article of clothing, puts on bindings, buttons and braids, sews up rents and keeps every thing in order and cfcgyges 20 cents an hour for this work?' THthis way gowns may see hard service and still present a creditable appearance. Exchange. OT BE SICK When a trifle will buy the greatest healing invemiuuoi weaayT nr. suaeni iimmc Ileitis a complete body battery tor Ml treatment, and niaraitteed, or money retnnded. It will cure without medicine Rhenmatlam, I.nmbajro, Helattea, Lame Back, Kidney and fiver Complain!, Hervoas) Debility, Weakness, XoMes, 1 nralns and all eReeta of early Indleere : tlon or excess. To weak men It Is tke greatest possible boon, aa the mild, soothing eleeirle current la applied direct to tire nerve centers and improve ments are felt from the first hoar used. A pocket edition of the celebrated electro medical work, , "Three Classes of Men," illu"f rated, is sent free, sealed, by mail upon appAcotion. Every yonnfr, mlddle-ned or old man Buttering the slightest weakness should read it. It will show an easy, snre and speedy way to retrain strenirtn and health when evotyMilnff else has failed. The 8ANDEN ELECTRIC CO., Ho. 980 Nla-teenfh St, Denver, Col. Also New York, Chicago a: London, Ens;, largest Bleotro-Uedloal Concern in the World! India' Intelligent Women. Mrs. Annie Besant's observations of women in India, during a recent visit to that country, led her to think them very intelligent, and while their stand ards and methods of education differ materially from those in other coun tries, according to their own estimate of learning, many of the women are highly educated. Reading and writing are not a part of their education, how ever, as all their knowledge is acquired from "pundits," who go from house to house every week to give oral instruc tion in philosophy and literature to the entire household, so the memory is won derfully strengthened by this process of training the mind quickly to grasp and retain all the information entirely inde pendent of books for reference. Indian women are peculiarly simple and childish in character, yot very dif ferent from Europeans of the same class. Northern and southern India, says Mrs. Besant, are two distinct conn tries in all the laws and customs which affect women. Iu the north the "Pur dah ' is in full power, and the women look upon any publicity as an outrage, while in the south their position is quite different, yet men and women do not meet freely in society. - Mothers and grandmothers have great influence and authority in the family and home life, and in outside affairs as well, for an Indian will not act in a publio matter against the- advice of either one. In southern India very young children are married, and if the infant husband dies his youthful widow oan never marry again. Miss Julia Grant. Nobody is really, aware how mucH truth may be in rumors of the engage ment of Miss Julia Grant, daughter of j uoioneiiTederiokiirant, the police com missioner, to a young millionaire whose father was onoe very prominent in na tional politics. The probability is that there ia no truth whttever in the story- It is an open secret, however, that the young lady's hand was formally asked of her papa by the uncle of a very rich young fellow who lives in Chicago not on behalf of the uncle, but on be half of the nephew. The offer was declined, notwithstand ing that the father was favorable. The reason is a familiar one. The young lady did. not reciprocate the affection. A very general notion prevails that the Grants of New York are rich. This notion is erroneous, and is probably due to the facts that the general and his family have received largo amounts of money In their time. Bat they all, and the! colonel in particular, have been very liberal spenders. They give away in reg ular annuities to friends of the general and to old soldiers some thousands of i dollars a year. Every year the colonel is i University Degrees For Women. Her majesty the queen having granted an amended charter to the University of Durham, whereby all its degrees hence forth, with the exception of divinity, will be open to women, all interested in tho movement for the higher education of womon will unite with us in congrat ulating tho senate. We are pleased also to state that it is also about to establish a new degree in letters, with the title B. Litt. , which will be of especial value to those whose tastes do not incline to science or medicine. We understand that a specially reduced composition fee, for all the instruction for a whole year in tho subjects necessary to this degree amounting to about only 15, has been arranged, and this, together with the reasonable rates of the women's hall of residence, will place this degree within the roach of all and at less cost than the ordinary boarding school charges. We would specially oommend this to the notice of those who intend to qualify themselves lor the profession of teach The Durham College of Medicine as well as the College of Science is situat ed for convenience in Newcastle-on Tyne, and we are convinced that this new privilege to be accorded to women students will increase their numbers considerably and most heartily cpngrat nlate the university upon tho acquisi tiou of this amended charter. London Queen. Be Cooks First. Kate Field, the clever writer, address ed some remarks not long ago to a girl graduate, which are especially timely at this season. To be sure, they are to be taken with a grain of salt, but they are none the less valuable and suggestive : Dear graduates, cooking is the alpha' bet of your happiness. I do not hesitate to affirm that this republic, great as her necessities are in many directions, needs cooks more than all else. The salvation of the national stomach depends npon them. We ore a nation of dyspeptics, and Americans are dyspeptics because they eat the wrong foods badly cooked, which they drown in ice water. They are dyspeptics because our women don't know the rudiments of their business and resign their kitchens into the hands of incompetent servants, of whom they are afraid, and whose impudence they frequently endure through sheer help- uess. Be cooks first and anything you please afterward. On you posterity waits. A Colored Women's Convention. The Colored Woman's club will hold a convention in Boston during the month of August. The intelligent colored wo men of this country will bo in attend ance, and such important questions as the prevailing popularity of the lynch law and the general progress of thoir race will be the subjects under discus sion. I understand that tho methods of white women's councils havo been si lently condemned by the leaders among the colored women, and in tho coming convention, the first of the kind that has over been held, there will be an ef fort made to improve on white women's councils, and an attempt at originality and method. Chicago Inter Ocean. The Summer Girl's Complexion. A delightful and simple and soothing lotion for the skin is witch hazel and cold cream, and as the summer girl's complexion must be as soft and clear as her skill at athletio sports, she should carry some of the cream in a dainty china box when she goes away. One ounce each white wax and spermaceti and quarter pint of oil of almonds. Melt, pour the mixture into a marbla mortar which has been heated by being immersed for some time in boiling wa ter ; add very gradually 8 ounces of rose water and an ounce of witch hazel, and assiduously stir tho mixture until an emulsion is formed, and afterward until the mixture is nearly cold. N Society w linen often feel the effect of too much gayety balls, theuties, and teas in rapid succession find them worn out, oi "run-down" by the end of the sea son. They suffer from nervousness, sleeplessness and irregularities. The smile and good It is time to accent in Doctor Pierce's Fa. vorite Prescription. It's a medicine which was discovered and used by a prominent physician for many years in all cases of 'female complaint " and the nervous dis orders which arise from it. The "Pre scription " is a powerful uterine tonic and nervine, especially adapted to woman's delicate wants for it regulates and promotes all the natural functions, builds up, invig orates and cures. Many women suffer from nervous pros tration, or exhaustion, owing to congestion or to disorder of the special functions. The wiste products should be quickly got rid of, the local source of irritation relieved and trie system invigorated with the " Pre scription. " Do not take the so-called celery compounds, and nervines which only put the nerves to sleep, but get a lasting cure with Dr. Pierce's FavoriU rre scription. "FEMALE WEAKNESS." Mrs. WrixiAM Hoover, of BtllvilU, nitftiurtu i.u,t wrtiu, writes: " I hod been a groat sufferer from 1 female weakness ; ' I tried three doc tors; they did me uu kuuu ; i uiouKUl I ws an invalid for ever. But I heard of Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription, and then I wrote to him ajid he told me just how to take it. Something jjew! I now feel entirely well. I could stand Mus. Hoover. on my fec-t only a short time, and now I to all my wo;k for my family of 6v " We call especial attention to onr celebrated Frey's patent flat opening blank book Editor's Wife (from second-story win dow) Yon don't get in this house at any such hour of the morning as this. liditor (appealingly) Bat, my dear, I was necessarily detained at the offlae. You see, we had late news of a tremendous big lookout, and Wife All right; you've got news of an other now, slamming down the window. The Order of St. Monies. How many people of the workaday world realize that there is in this prosaic country anything which smacks of medievalism as an order of "consecrat ed widowhood?" Sisterhoods where vir- THB NEW MEXICAN. Dailv. English Weeklv and Brian ah tlr .j i: .. Ml u - e 1 ww voikijr nuuvuij win uq luiuiu on sals at the following news depots, where subscriptions may also be made: A. 0. Teichman, Oerrillos. 8. E. Newcomer, Albuquerque. B. T. Link, Silver City. J. B. Hodgen, Doming. 0. O. Miller, Hillsborough. B. Dailey, East La Vegas. It. H. Allen, Las Vegas. San Felme. Albuaueraue Jacob Weltmer, City. Fletcher Arnold. Bland, N.M. , A Blot of Colors. A letter reoeived from Paris says that never in our generation have suoh vivid colors been seen in outdoor wear. Pinks, blues and greens, with the bright est of reds and violets, are to be seen on all sides. Nothing approaching the pres ent vulgarity has been seen since 1860. The parasol, which is now an important accessory to a lady's toilet, is of im mense size, and red, violet, blue all colors, in fact. Cornflower blue, howev er, is the greatest rage just now for hats, and the rage is increasing. . Tho fash ions of the Louis XVI period are reviv ing. Dr. Marjr Putnam JaeobL Dr. Mary Putnam Jacobi of New York is an ardent suffragist and one who ought to win converts to the cause in great numbers. She makes the strong- i arguments in favor of the cause whenever she steps upon the lecture platform, and her manner is most con vincing. Sue said at the annual festival of the Massachusetts Suffrage associa tion the other evening that a moral squint afflicted the entire human race, and she gave such proofs as to leave lit tle doubt in the minds of her bearers. Boston Traveller. A Great Success. The meeting of the Massachusetts State Federation of Women's Clubs in Newton recently was a great success. More than 800 women were present, many of them prominent in education, literature and society. Eighty-five clubs were represented by delegates. The re ports show a vast amount of work ac complished. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe was unanimously elected president for tho coming year. A Point Gained In Mains. Woman suffrage has made a point in Maine. The right of women to vote in parish meetings of the Episcopal church in that state was granted at the diocesan convention, held in Portland a few weeks ago, by a vote of 16 to 14. The right to hold office in the church is still withheld. Her Discovery Will Pay. A woman in Maryland has discovered a means of preserving tomatoes whole, and with a strong semblance to their original freshness. A firm of dealers has made a contract with her to take her entire output for ten years at $1,200 a year. Make a list, in the order in which you pack them, of the contents of your wool en chest and paste it on the outside. Then the articles at the head of the list Will be in the bottom of the box. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC RAILROAD. (Western Division.) (J. W. Remhart, John J. MoCook, Joseph O. Wilson, Receivers.) TIME TABLE NO. 39. In Effoot Sunday, November 4, 1894. ueave unioago at iu:uu p. m.; lu:uo p m. Arrive at Ohioago at 10:00 p. m.; 9:00 a. in. Leave Kansas City, Mo., at 1:50 p. m.i 2:00 p. m. Arrive at Kansas City, Mo.i at 6:10 p. m.; 5:00 p. m. Leave Denver at. .11:50 p. m. Arrive at Denver at 5:15 n. ru.; 4:15 a. m. Leave La Junta at 7:20 a.m.: 10:10. Ar rive at La Junta at 10:50 a. m.j 8:65 p. m. W e make them in all 'aanner of styles. We bind them in any style you wish. We rule them to order fe are to Makers WESTWARD 9:4flp. 3:30a. 2:45a. 9:10a.i 3:07a. 9:lfia.l 8:35a. 10:05a. 5::u. 12:03p. o :.wa. i :z.ia. S:10a. 2:55d, 10:45n. 5:40p. in :p. i :;p, l:p. 8:40p, 2:45i. 9:50n. 4:05p. ll:40p. a:tnp. l :ia. 8::t0n. 4:10a. 10::p. 6:10a. 12:50a. 9:00a. 3 :52a. 12 :07p. 4:15a. 2:20p. 6 :00p. STATIONS Lv. Ar. ..Albuquerque.. . .( 'oolirige Wlngato Galiun .Navajo Spring's.. ....noinrooK Winslow Flajrstaff Williams ....Ash Fork Sellgman ..Peach .Springs.. Kingman ...Needles, Cal... lllake Bagdad Uaaeett Ar.. Barstnw. Ar....Moiave. .Lv .Lvl 8:l5p. 6:10a 3::i5p. l:35p. 2:50p. 1:07a. z:am. 12:35a. 12:03n. 10:18d. 10:40a. 8:55p. 9:30a. 7:S0p. 7:20a. 5:40p. t :i)u. 4 :2iip. 4:30a. 2:55n. 3:35a. 2KX)p. 2:10a. 12:40d. U:35p. 10:10a. s:.wp. 7:50a. 7:.Tn. 6:10a. R:10p. 3:10a. 2:43p. 12:32a. 2:20p. 12:10a, i:uop. Arrive Los Angeles 9:35 a. m.; 6:30 p. m. Leave Los Angeles at 7:00 a. m.; 5:00 p. m. Arrive San Diego 12:45 p. m.j 9:20 p. m. Leave San Diego at 2:15 p. m. Arrive at San Francisco at 11:15 a. m. Leave San Francisco at 9:00 a. m. Every day bnt Sunday. JOB WORK Of all kinds done with neatness and des patch. We carry a large and com plete line of commercial stationery, consisting of wedding cards, business cards, programs, etc, -be woman who sets nerself up as a model of beauty, wit, goodness, erudi tion or anything else must expect the criticism as well as the admiration be stowed upon models. ' The Canadian parliament at Ottawa voted on woman suffrage recently, and nearly half the members voted in favor of it. It is coming and nothing oan stop ij. Kew York Keoorder. The new woman? Nonsense! Let her rig herself np as she pleases, let her talk as she will, she is and will always be tne same dear old girl. New York Sun, It is a big thing to gay, bnt neverthe less trne, that a great multitude of people have crowned Simmons Liver Regulator, the "King of Li ver M fulioinen." There id nothing like it for malaria, rheumatism, oralis and fever, constipation, bilious neaa, niok headaohe, indigestion and all trochlea arising from a slnggish or dis eased liver. Simmons Liver Regulator la the prevention and cure for these ailments. CONNECTIONS ALBDQCERQUE A., T. A 8. F. Railwtiy ior an points ease ana soutn. ASH FORK Santa Fe, Presoott A Phoe nix railway for points in central and southern Arizona. BLAKE Nevada Southern Railway for ruray ana aonneonon with stage lines tor mining aistriots norm. BARSTOW Southern California Railway ior juob Angeles, Han Diego and other California points. MO J AVE Southern Paoiflo Company for nan r ranoisco, Sacramento and other northern California points. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars No change is made by sleeping oar pas sengers btween San Francisco, Los Angeles oraan Diego and Chicago. . The Atlantio & Paoiflo Railroad, the great middle route across the American continent, in oonneotion with the rail ways of the "Santa Fe route." Liberal management: superior facilities: nio- t ares que scenery; excellent accommoda tions.; The Grand Canon of the Colorado . L . . 1 . me moBi euoiime or nature's work nn earth, indesorihahle,onn easily he reached via Flagstaff, Willinms or Peuoh Springs on this road. To the natural bridge of Arizona ana Jnontesunia s well von can ourney mosi aireotiv bv this line. Ob serve the ancient Indian civilisation of Lnguna or Aooma, "the City of the Sky." . i pwsniieu roresi near Lnrrizo. See and marvel at the freak of Canon Diablo. Take a hunting trio in the ma? nificent pine forests of the Ban Francisco mountains. Find interest in the rnins of the pre-historio Cave and Cliff Dwellers, view the longest cantilever bridge in auienun auruBB Hue uoiorauo river. Jho. t. Btbmi, Gen. Pass. Agt., Los Angoles, Cal. C. H. Spmbs, Aas't Gen, Pass. Acrt.. San Francisco. Cal. H. 8. VAK HI.TOK, BOOK WO-RZKI We are the best equipped establishment in the whole southwest for this line of work, and our unequalled facilities enable us to turn out work at the lowest possible figures. LEG-AL BLjIsrKS We carry a full and complete line of all Legal Blank, including those required by the Brand Law enacted by the last legislature. NEW MEXICAN PRINTING COMPANY. Gen. Agt., Albnqnerqne, N. If.